China Sunergy announced that it has signed a five-year collaborative research agreement with NewSouth Innovations, or NSi, a wholly owned subsidiary of the University of New South Wales, Australia, or UNSW, to substantially improve solar cell efficiency by improving wafer material quality. The collaborative research aims to combine UNSW's advanced hydrogenation technology with China Sunergy's deep experience in cell process to enhance the electrical properties of silicon wafers, and thereby to obtain significantly higher cell efficiencies. Additionally, UNSW will provide the Company with regular updates on its latest research advancements, and, when necessary, provide training and education at UNSW.
- China Sunergy
- solar cell efficiency